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Hardcore Underground Young Yiddish & Klezmer Scene of Tel Aviv

The Hardcore Underground Young Yiddish Scene of Tel Aviv We invite you to spend the evening in the most unique venue in town, the Yung Yiddish archives tucked away as a hidden gem within the cavernous Central Bus Station, listening to Ramzailech's most stunning blend of musical traditions, learning about the hardcore underground young Klezmer scene of Tel Aviv, while drinking all you wish of Golan Height's proprietary mix of winter wine fabulessness. This latest event of the Tel Aviv Arts Council is more than a concert, wine tasting, lecture, tour, or party. It is a tour de force of some of the White City most happening insider cultural niches. Come take your drunken hora skills to the next level and do it in style. About the Band: Ramzailech Who are these Israeli-post-traditionalist-hardcore-playing-Yiddish-singing-klezmer-blasting-Jews? The “Ramzailech Formula” is simple and highly effective: an unstoppable live act, band members that head-dive right into the crowd, hora-circles and mosh pits of happy people and hardcore klezmer music everywhere. Recently, Ramzailech carried the Hardcore-Klezmer gospel overseas to Europe and Asia with the spicy mixture of Rock, Yiddish, English, Arab, Hebrew and Hardcore Klezmer. Ramzailech is Gal Klein on clarinet, Amit Peled on guitar and Dekel Dvir on drums. The three friends have been playing music together since2005, and have now been joined by Michael Guy on bass and Hod Moshonov on keytar.

About the Venue: Yung Yiddish Founded in 1993, Yung Yiddish is a nonprofit organization that set for itself the purpose of preserving and transmitting Yiddish culture, as well as encouraging contemporary Yiddish creativity in its various forms. The organization’s members and friends consider Yiddish a language alive, an essential ingredient of our cultural heritage to be fostered by looking both back and forward. Yung Yiddish started out with the first activity of collecting, safeguarding and disseminating of Yiddish books, and developed into a core of cultural activism, a battery of production and a place for exhibitions, concerts, readings, commemorations and artistic experimentation.

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